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As one stormwater project wraps up another is just beginning.
Here are some delicious holiday recipes that can be enjoyed anytime.
On Dec. 1, Les Tyrala, a registered geologist and NepRWA board member, led a small group on a tour of the Quincy Quarries. While Les’ geology talk was fascinating, one couldn’t ignore the brilliant graffiti throughout the site.
Working together with our watershed neighbors leads to successful projects.
We ended the sampling year on a strong note!
There is a season filled with color that brightens our days as the sunlight fades...
The Town of Stoughton was recently awarded $96,836 for projects at the Dawe School that will help fight stormwater pollution.
Rainy weather contributed to high E. coli concentrations this summer.
We're pleased to announce that the Greater Boston Chapter of Trout Unlimited has named the Neponset River it's “home waters”.
Time to make the spores
Last summer, we discovered a major pollution issue at the Dedham transfer station - and it doesn't appear to be getting any better.
The June results are a bit worse than they were in May, but overall not terrible.
NepRWA staff spent a day with the Hyde Park Green Team and explored many different aspects of the River.
When is a street tree more than a tree? When it's planted in a special box designed to clean up stormwater pollution.
The Boch proposal represents a significant risk to the environment and reduces the town's resilience to climate change.
The 2018 Hotspot season is underway and major issues remain at the Dedham Transfer Station
State Officials Urge Continued Water Conservation
A new campaign, entitled “Think Blue Massachusetts” aims to create basic awareness of stormwater issues.
Students around the Neponset Watershed are learning about real world water issues and doing their part to get the message across.